Center for International Education and Cooperation April 4, 2013
Canada-Japan Collaborative Program for Fostering World Citizens as Future Leaders
KGU, in collaboration with three leading Canadian universities - Mount Allison University, Queen's University and the University of Toronto - has established the "Cross-Cultural College", a project that has won approval and financial support from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology(Mext) as part of its "Re-Inventing Japan Project". In this program, students from the participating universities gather in both countries to understand and solve problems for the sustainable development and growth of a global society.
KGU promotes the Canada-Japan Collaborative Program for Educating World Citizens as Future Leaders “Cross-Cultural College (CCC).” This education project has been selected to receive a Type B grant designed to support the establishment of collaborative education programs with universities in the US and other countries, by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) under its FY2011 Re-Inventing Japan Project.